I was recruited and promised a handful of things that I was missing from my previous position. Unfortunately the people that hired me from VP, to recruiter, my mentor and even the property changed very soon after my employment, and therefore, so did the promises.
This is a very sales forward management position. You are evaluated by your sales performance, and unfortunately, in the South West Region Village Green has minimal market penetration compared to in the north, so it feels like there is a lot less support than is needed. If the property performance starts to wain then pressure increases on Sales without the issues and causes getting addressed.
Their company promise is "to get the most rent possible for the owners and investors" so sometimes feels like they are in-flexible. That being said, they are friendly and open to communication from all levels. There is great training from the Village Green University and the Perks at Work give plenty of....perks. There is a lot to say about the company, but if you need to have time for your family, and reliable income to provide for said family, then make sure that you are at a solid, reliable, property that can provide that. Because if things dont go smoothly, then pressure is put on, more is demanded from you, and it all becomes distracting from your primary goal which is to lease apartments, and keep your residents happy.
communication, great benefits, training.
lack of support, fair weather managements